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I get both sides of the argument equally here. I do think that a genuine transperson would be able to bring more to playing the role of a trans character on some fundamental level, because they have experienced what it is to be trans in the most visceral way one possibly can.
But at the end of the day, acting is... Y'know.. Acting. You're playing a character that is not yourself. When it comes to voice acting I think if your voice (and body, if motion capture is involved) adequately portrays the vision of the character, then that is enough.
At the same time, culture is not on the side of the transperson, and the only way to break through that is by enabling them to be represented more frequently.

So my question to the OP is this: As I am not aware of any, can you show me a trans voice actor that transcends the talk of gender and identity politics to just simply be a great voice actor?

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Call of Battlestar Galactica. PUT IT IN ME.

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also the battlestar galactica vibes are strong in this one.

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hell it's almost like these games are often incredibly well made or something, imagine that!

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